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Fettes College Building Edinburgh

Historic School in Lothian: Development, Scotland

Fettes College Building

Historic School Buildings, north Edinburgh, Scotland

Fettes College Edinburgh

The College was founded in 1870.

It was designed by David Bryce, and completed (1864-70) in Scots Baronial style.

Bryce’s other major landmark building in Edinburgh is the Bank of Scotland high up on the Mound, on the north cliff of the Old Town, refurbished by Malcolm Fraser, 2004-2006

photo © adrian welch jan07

This Public School famously was where Tony Blair was educated. Key spaces in the school include the Callover Hall, the Chapel and the two Libraries.

Address: Fettes College, 2 Carrington Rd, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Contact: 0131 332 2281


image © adrian welch jan07

Fettes College – New prep school building
New prep school building to complement existing prep school facility
Application Granted 120906
Page / Park Architects for Fettes College
Low timber-clad building, small rooms staggered in plan, towards northeast of campus

Fettes College Prep School architects : Page / Park, Glasgow




Rosslyn Chapel

David Bryce Architect: key Edinburgh Buildings
Bank of Scotland, St Andrew Square 1846
The Bank of Scotland, The Mound 1871
Dalkeith Palace: conservatory & church with William Burn 1850’s
Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, Lauriston Place
Fettes College, Fettes Avenue 1870
St George’s West Church, Shandwick Place 1869

Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh
Fettes Row Edinburgh
Donaldsons College




David Bryce (born 1801) was famous for his Scottish Baronial country houses. He originally worked for architect William Burn

Fettes College context : East Fettes Avenue

Fettes College architect : David Bryce

Fettes College – Website: www.fettes.com